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Statistical Regions of Slovenia

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Statistical Regions of Slovenia. In Slovenia there are a total of 12 statistical regions. There are 8 statistical regions in Eastern Slovenia and 4 in Western Slovenia. In this article, we will get some general information about these regions. You can see the statistical regions of Slovenia in the map below.



Statistical Regions of Slovenia
Statistical Regions of Slovenia

Mura

Murska Sobota
Murska Sobota

The surface area is 1,337 square kilometers. The largest city is Murska Sobota. The population by the 2015 census is 116,434. There are 27 municipalities in the Mura statistical area.

List of Mura’s Municipalities

  1. Apače
  2. Beltinci
  3. Cankova
  4. Črenšovci
  5. Dobrovnik
  6. Gornja Radgona
  7. Gornji Petrovci
  8. Grad
  9. Hodoš
  10. Kobilje
  11. Križevci
  12. Kuzma
  13. Lendava
  14. Ljutomer
  15. Moravske Toplice
  16. Murska Sobota
  17. Odranci
  18. Puconci
  19. Radenci
  20. Razkrižje
  21. Rogašovci
  22. Sveti Jurij ob Ščavnici
  23. Šalovci
  24. Tišina
  25. Turnišče
  26. Velika Polana
  27. Veržej

Drava

Maribor

The surface area is 2,170 square kilometers. The biggest city is Maribor. According to the population census of the year 2015, the population is 322,545. There are a total of 41 municipalities in the Drava statistical area.

List of Drava’s Municipalities

  1. Benedikt
  2. Cerkvenjak
  3. Cirkulane
  4. Destrnik
  5. Dornava
  6. Duplek
  7. Gorišnica
  8. Hajdina
  9. Hoče–Slivnica
  10. Juršinci
  11. Kidričevo
  12. Kungota
  13. Lenart
  14. Lovrenc na Pohorju
  15. Majšperk
  16. Makole
  17. Maribor
  18. Markovci
  19. Miklavž na Dravskem Polju
  20. Oplotnica
  21. Ormož
  22. Pesnica
  23. Podlehnik
  24. Poljčane
  25. Ptuj
  26. Rače–Fram
  27. Ruše
  28. Selnica ob Dravi
  29. Slovenska Bistrica
  30. Središče ob Dravi
  31. Starše
  32. Sveta Ana
  33. Sveta Trojica v Slovenskih Goricah
  34. Sveti Andraž v Slovenskih Goricah
  35. Sveti Jurij v Slovenskih Goricah
  36. Šentilj
  37. Sveti Tomaž
  38. Trnovska Vas
  39. Videm
  40. Zavrč
  41. Žetale

Carinthia

Slovenj Gradec
Slovenj Gradec

The surface area is 1,041 square kilometers. The largest city is Slovenj Gradec. According to the 2015 census, the population is 71,218. There are a total of 12 municipalities in the Carinthia statistical area.

List of Carinthia’s Municipalities

  1. Črna na Koroškem
  2. Dravograd
  3. Mežica
  4. Mislinja
  5. Muta
  6. Podvelka
  7. Prevalje
  8. Radlje ob Dravi
  9. Ravne na Koroškem
  10. Ribnica na Pohorju
  11. Slovenj Gradec
  12. Vuzenica

Savinja

Celje
Celje

The surface area is 2,384 square kilometers. Its largest city is Celje. The population by the 2015 census is 245,237. Savinja has a total of 31 municipalities in its statistical area.

List of Savinja’s Municipalities

  1. Braslovče
  2. Celje
  3. Dobje
  4. Dobrna
  5. Gornji Grad
  6. Kozje
  7. Laško
  8. Ljubno
  9. Luče
  10. Mozirje
  11. Nazarje
  12. Podčetrtek
  13. Polzela
  14. Prebold
  15. Rečica ob Savinji.
  16. Rogaška Slatina
  17. Rogatec
  18. Šentjur
  19. Slovenske Konjice
  20. Šmarje pri Jelšah
  21. Šmartno ob Paki
  22. Solčava
  23. Šoštanj
  24. Štore
  25. Tabor
  26. Velenje
  27. Vitanje
  28. Vojnik
  29. Vransko
  30. Žalec
  31. Zreče

Central Sava

Trbovlje
Trbovlje

The surface area is 264 square kilometers. Trbovlje is the biggest city. According to the 2015 census, the population is 57,567. There are 4 municipalities in Central Sava statistical area.

List of Central Sava’s Municipalities

  1. Hrastnik
  2. Litija
  3. Trbovlje
  4. Zagorje ob Savi

Lower Sava

Krško
Krško

The surface area is 885 square kilometers. Its largest city is Krško. The population by the 2015 census is 75,727. There are totally 6 municipalities in Lower Sava statistical area.

List of Lover Sava’s Municipalities

  1. Bistrica ob Sotli
  2. Brežice
  3. Kostanjevica na Krki
  4. Krško
  5. Radeče
  6. Sevnica




Southeast Slovenia

Novo Mesto
Novo Mesto

The surface area is 2,675 square kilometers. Its largest city is Novo Mesto. According to the population census of 2015, the population is 142,356. Moreover, there are a total of 21 municipalities in the Southeast Slovenian statistical region.

List of Southeast Slovenia’s Municipalities

  1. Črnomelj
  2. Dolenjske Toplice
  3. Kočevje
  4. Kostel
  5. Loški Potok
  6. Metlika
  7. Mirna
  8. Mirna Peč
  9. Mokronog-Trebelno
  10. Novo Mesto
  11. Osilnica
  12. Ribnica
  13. Semič
  14. Sodražica
  15. Straža
  16. Šentjernej
  17. Šentrupert
  18. Škocjan
  19. Šmarješke Toplice
  20. Trebnje
  21. Žužemberk

Littoral–Inner Carniola

Postojna
Postojna

The surface area is 1,456 square kilometers. Its largest city is Postojna. Population by the 2015 census is 52,551. Moreover, there are a total of 6 municipalities in the Littoral-Inner statistical area.

List of Littoral Inner’s Municipalities

  1. Bloke
  2. Cerknica
  3. Ilirska Bistrica
  4. Loška Dolina
  5. Pivka
  6. Postojna

Central Slovenia

Ljubljana
Ljubljana

The surface area is 2,555 square kilometers. Its biggest city is Ljubljana. Moreover, population by the 2015 census is 535,375. There are a total of 25 municipalities in the Central Sava statistical area.

List of Central Slovenia’s Municipalities

  1. Borovnica
  2. Brezovica
  3. Dobrepolje
  4. Dobrova-Polhov Gradec
  5. Dol pri Ljubljani
  6. Domžale
  7. Grosuplje
  8. Horjul
  9. Ig
  10. Ivančna Gorica
  11. Kamnik
  12. Komenda
  13. Ljubljana
  14. Logatec
  15. Log-Dragomer
  16. Lukovica
  17. Medvode
  18. Mengeš
  19. Moravče
  20. Škofljica
  21. Šmartno pri Litiji
  22. Trzin
  23. Velike Lašče
  24. Vodice
  25. Vrhnika

Upper Carniola

Kranj
Kranj

The surface area is 2,137 square kilometers. Its largest city is Kranj. According to the census of 2015, the population is 203,929. Furthermore, there are 18 municipalities in the Upper Carniola statistical area.

List of Upper Carniola’s Municipalities

  1. Bled
  2. Bohinj
  3. Cerklje na Gorenjskem
  4. Gorenja Vas–Poljane
  5. Gorje
  6. Jesenice
  7. Jezersko
  8. Kranj
  9. Kranjska Gora
  10. Naklo
  11. Preddvor
  12. Radovljica
  13. Šenčur
  14. Škofja Loka
  15. Tržič
  16. Železniki
  17. Žiri
  18. Žirovnica

Gorizia

Nova Gorica
Nova Gorica

The surface area is 2,325 square kilometers. Furthermore, its largest city is Nova Gorica. The population by the 2015 census is 118,196. Moreover, there are a total of 13 municipalities in the Gorizia statistical region.

List of Gorizia’s Municipalities

  1. Ajdovščina
  2. Bovec
  3. Brda
  4. Cerkno
  5. Idrija
  6. Kanal ob Soči
  7. Kobarid
  8. Miren-Kostanjevica
  9. Nova Gorica
  10. Renče-Vogrsko
  11. Šempeter-Vrtojba
  12. Tolmin
  13. Vipava

Coastal–Karst

Koper
Koper

The surface area is 1,044 square kilometers. The largest city is Koper. According to the 2015 census, the population is 112,942. There are a total of 7 municipalities in the Coastal Karst statistical area.

List of Coastal-Karst’s Municipalities

  1. Divača
  2. Hrpelje-Kozina
  3. Izola
  4. Komen
  5. Koper
  6. Piran
  7. Sežana




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